When you start blogging it’s more than likely you’ll start to get approached by brands and companies and I know this will seem exciting at first there will be a time when you’ll have to politely say thanks but no thanks to them.
You may have seen that
some most blogs have a cute little instagram widget on their site. Some choose to have it as an header, other like me have it in the side bar. It’s super easy to do, and adds content to your site and I’m going to show you how:
A Favicon is basically the little icon that displays next to your site name in web browsers. Mine is just an S and it looks like this:
You’ll have probably have noticed that bloggers have recently been upping their photography game with nice backgrounds and cute props. We’ll today I’ll be talking about photography backgrounds and where you can buy them.
If you are a blogger, it’s very likely that you’ll also be using twitter. You might even be using it to promote your blog (more on that another day). But the one thing with twitter it can be difficult when you start to get out there and make some twitter friends and find some fellow bloggers.
There’s loads of books out there available for bloggers, but if you’re reading my blog I’m guessing you’re into either beauty, lifestyle or something similar. So you might be looking for books that suit you. So here’s my recommendations that you might find helpful:
So you’ve started a blog, but you don’t have a clue how to start monetising all your hard work. While we all blog for the love it, there’s no harm in earning some extra pennies along the way.
So today I’m going to cover the basics of SEO, there’s loads of guides out there. But I thought I’d share my tips with you.
So today’s blogging tips are aimed at people who might already have a blog, but are thinking about starting a new one. Maybe you started a fashion blog, and now you want to do beauty. Or you started a beauty blog and want to start a lifestyle blog (like me).